The type of tool you are describing is what Sovrin calls an “edge agent.” There are several efforts underway to provide edge agents to the public.
The British Columbia government has sponsored an initiative to build agents for various government agencies and the businesses that interact with them to get licensed. This effort is more relevant to managing identity of businesses.
Brigham Young University is building agent technology to help its students manage their identities.
There is an Android/iOS app developed by Evernym that is being open sourced, that allows an individual to form connections, receive credentials, prove things, and otherwise exercise their identity.
Unveil.social is developing tech like this, though I don’t know as many details.
There are other initiatives as well; those are just the first few that come to mind.
I don’t think I should share contact information for the people running these projects in this public forum, but if you contact me directly, I’ll connect you to them. You can reach me on LinkedIn (look for Daniel Hardman), or on Sovrin’s slack @daniel.hardman, or on Hyperledger Rocket.Chat @danielhardman.